Le Vigne Winery

Creating unique wines that portray characteristics of the vineyard and vintage that produced them.

  • About
  • Vineyard Details
  • Varieties Grown
  • About
    “Le Vigne” translates from Italian to “The Vineyard”. With his Italian heritage winery owner Walter Filippini takes tradition and old world processes very much to heart. Bearing this in mind the most influential aspect behind any wine is the vineyard. The vineyard is where the vines are rooted; where the grapes develop and ripen until harvest. For close to 100 days, the grapes are in the vineyard, developing the story that they will tell through the wine that is made.

    The Filippini family history in the Paso Robles area began in the early 1960’s when winery owner Sylvia Filippini’s family purchased the property where the winery now stands. The first grapevines (Cabernet Sauvignon and Chardonnay) were planted in 1982, during which the current Paso Robles was evolving into the wine region that it is today. As the vines matured, growers and winemakers began to see real potential for the area with its unique soils, climate and costal influence. The grapes grown on the estate were very highly regarded by local producers. Recognizing the quality the family began making wine with grapes from the property beginning in 1989. Then built a state of the art winery in 1995 and developed additional vineyards in 1998. They expanded the winery's varieties to include Merlot, Syrah, Sangiovese, Cabernet Franc, and small blocks of Grenache, Petite Sirah, Malbec and Tannat.

    Our goal is to create unique wines that portray characteristics of the vineyard and vintage that produced them.

  • Vineyard Details
    • First Date Planted: 1982
    • Last Date Planted: 2013
    • Row Orientations: East to West
    • Row Spacings: Varies
    • Trellis Type: Modified VSP
    • Rootstock: 1103P
    • Irrigated/Dry Farmed: Irrigated
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  • Varieties Grown
    • Petit Verdot | 3.6 acres

    • Merlot | 2.5 acres

    • Sangiovese | 6 acres

    • Cabernet Sauvignon | 24 acres

    • Syrah | 2.2 acres

    • Cabernet Franc | 3.2 acres

    • Grenache | 2 acres